All York community members are invited to attend the upcoming Artificial Intelligence and the Law conference, which will bring together experts across various fields of practice to discuss law’s role in the use and regulation of emerging technologies.
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The National Celiac Association’s certification of the market, located in the Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excellence, makes it a safe haven for those following a gluten-free diet.
The Faculty’s annual honours and awards ceremony celebrated students and faculty with awards for excellence in teaching and educational leadership.
Faculty and graduate student presenters are being sought for York University’s annual Teaching in Focus (TiF) conference which will explore engaged teaching in times of crisis.
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A book co-edited by Professor Thomas Klassen about aging populations and labour market shifts in South Korea has been published and translated in China, a rare feat for a social science text.
The largest York-led project in the University’s history has had a busy inaugural year. With an upcoming event, and new leadership, it is set to have a successful 2024.
New research by Schulich Professor Moren Lévesque might prompt pharmaceutical industry decision-makers to redirect resources from lobbying to research and development.
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Welcome to the January 2024 edition of Innovatus, a special issue of YFile devoted to teaching and learning innovation at York University. This issue explores the progressive teaching and learning that will inform the future of education in the Faculty of Health.